Mayan Ruins - Tikal Guatemala

Juergen Weiss


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Mayan Ruins - Tikal Guatemala Photograph

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Montreal, QC - Canada

Thank you, Aidan ! Best wishes, Juergen

Kerry - Ireland

Congrats on your sale Juergen.

Montreal, QC - Canada

Thank you EVERYBODY for your lovely comments ! Also I want to say THANK'S to the buyer from Massachusetts ! All the Best and many greetings from Kitzbuehel, Austria ... Juergen

Iola, WI - United States

Always wanted to see this, Carol, and now you have made it possible through your photographic eye for art, and I really appreciate you sharing this with us!

Dearborn, MI - United States

Wow... this is an amazing shot. Congrats!

Boston, Ga - United States

What a place! Congrats to you Juergen!!

Lenexa, KS - United States

Beautiful! Congrats on your sale!

Glenview, IL - United States

Wonderful capture Juergen. Hearty congrats on your sale!

Livonia, Mi - United States

Fantastic shot of an amazing structure, Juergen. Congratulations on its sale.

Tampa, FL - United States

Congratulations on your sale, Juergen. This is so cool!

Montreal, QC - Canada

Thank you for commenting on my " Mayan Ruins " - Photograph, Patricia ! Best regards, Juergen

Fountain, MI - United States

This is an amazing shot, I am really enjoying your work. To see such images is awesome, especially on such a Michigan winter day as this! Patti

Montreal, QC - Canada

Thank you for your wonderful comments, Julie & Anne-Elizabeth ! I'm pleased that you like it ... All the Best, Juergen

Smithfield, VA - United States

This takes me a w a y... Your work is always amazing to me. Your fan, Anne

Canby, MN - United States

Wow, So grand and royal, I'd love to walk these stairs and dream of a far away time. Juergen wonderful image!!

Montreal, QC - Canada

Thank you so much for your nice comment, Ray ! I appreciate it ! All the Best and Happy New Year, Juergen

Milton, DE - United States

Juergen, Great shoot. I was to Tikal and stared at the pyramids. It seems to me the tops of these are the gods enthoned. two summers ago I was in Monument Valley, Utah and it struck me that the butts there looked like these Mayan temples. I wonder if the ancestors of the Mayans on their migration from Siberia, settled in the US Southwest and, if so, are their Yucatan temples memories of a distance past? Beautiful photographs, its obvious you love what you're doing. Regards, Ray

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